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Managing Water in Bangalore

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GE’s John F. Welch Technology Center in Bangalore, India, is the company’s largest integrated, multidisciplinary research and development site of its kind. The site has 4,500 full-time employees who help advance understanding on a wide range of materials technology and provide fresh analysis to support products in our Oil and Gas, Power and Water, Aviation, Transportation, Home and Business Solutions and Healthcare businesses.

GE Assistance for Myanmar

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This year, the help is extended to Myanmar through a $7-million commitment to support significant training and capacity-building efforts throughout the country. Specifically, the commitment will focus on strengthening the healthcare system, improving the energy architecture and promoting the development of Myanmar's human capacity.

Bringing Healthcare Up to Speed in an Ancient Land

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The GE Foundation boosts medical efforts in a re-emerging Cambodia

Dararith Lim and his family had no other option. His father was an engineer and his mother a nurse. If the Khmer Rouge knew how well educated they were, they would have been killed; as his uncle and aunt, both doctors, had already been. In the mid-70′s, when Pol Pot’s men swept through the country and hauled the “elites” off to the killing fields, Dararith and his parents left their home, pretended to be uneducated, and were taken out to work the rice fields instead. 

GE Releases 2012 “Global Impact” Report; Tracks Progress Against Environmental, Healthcare and Citizenship Commitments

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  • $5B R&D investment in ecomagination innovations since 2010
  • $3.5B R&D investment in healthymagination innovations since 2009
  • $25B in ecomagination products revenue in 2012
  • $219M in giving to community and educational organizations
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  • $5B R&D investment in ecomagination innovations since 2010
  • $3.5B R&D investment in healthymagination innovations since 2009
  • $25B in ecomagination products revenue in 2012
  • $219M in giving to community and educational organizations

Cracking Cancer’s Secret Code: Oncologist Searches for Breast Cancer’s Achilles’ Heel

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Triple-negative breast cancer has been defined by what it is not, but Dr. Jennifer Pietenpol and her team has identified six different subtypes of the disease.

Over the last decade, oncologist Jennifer Pietenpol has been trying to decode and kill a difficult-to-treat type of breast cancer. Known as triple-negative breast cancer, this form of the disease can be highly aggressive and resistant to chemotherapy.

ReportAlert.info - GE (NYSE:GE) publishes 2012 Sustainable Growth Report

The report detailes how the company manages corporate citizenship and tracks progress
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June 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Today, GE released its 2012 Sustainable Growth report detailing how the company manages corporate citizenship and tracks progress. Through its reporting, GE seeks to demonstrate to customers, employees, shareowners, business partners and others in society how helping to solve global challenges is core to the company’s growth strategy.

GE Mobilizes 500 Volunteers and Celebrates One Year Anniversary of Developing Health Program in Detroit

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More than 500 local General Electric (NYSE: GE) employees are volunteering their time to help take on some of today’s toughest challenges − healthcare for the uninsured and underinsured, education and aiding in the makeover of the Motor City − during the 3rd Annual GE Community Day across the Detroit area.

During this single day of caring, GE volunteers will:

Immelt: GE to 'Double Down' on Clean Energy in China

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The problem is clear. With China's urban population growing and its citizens consuming and driving more, the nation's already poor air quality will get even worse if nothing is done. That was one of the main themes during "Building a Sustainable Future," a session of the  Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu where three of the world's top CEOs put their heads together today to parse this problem.

Getting Myanmar’s Energy Balance Right

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A new report, released today at the World Economic Forum on East Asia, provides insights to assist Myanmar in its transition towards a new energy architecture.

Myanmar’s re-emergence into the global economy presents policy-makers with a series of fundamental dilemmas. As reforms are put into place, foreign investors and international energy companies are keen to capitalize on Myanmar’s abundant reserves of oil and natural gas.

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